15 votes
Yellow Springs Farmer's Market
 

top recruiters for Yellow Springs Farmer's Market

  • Lori Askeland
  • 1889 days, 18 hours ago
It's a friendly place I can bike to, to buy locally grown veggies and fruits, locally raised and processed bison and beef and chicken, and locally made cheeses. What's not to love!
  • Sheryl Cunningham
  • 1889 days, 20 hours ago

most recent votes for Yellow Springs Farmer's Market

  • marguerite mertz
  • 1829 days, 15 hours ago
  • Anonymous
  • 1830 days, 21 hours ago
  • Carole Huddleston
  • 1870 days, 14 hours ago
Wonderful quality,organic produce--Peach Mountain. NO pesticides,antibiotics, steroid meat products from the very special German Baptists. I love fixing a meal and knowing the people who were responsible for bring it to my table.
  • amy batchman
  • 1870 days, 17 hours ago
great local food....raw dairy.....flowers...and friends! :)
  • Anonymous
  • 1875 days, 20 hours ago
I'm a vendor at the YSFM and we have wonderful rapport among our vendors as well as excellent products!
  • Shirley Connelly
  • 1880 days, 15 hours ago
They are friendly and authentic!!!
  • James Russell
  • 1888 days, 22 hours ago
though i have moved away from yellow springs, one of my favorite things to do on a weekend visit to this lovely oasis in ohio is stroll the farmer's market. i can pick up a flower --or a bouquet !, a loaf of bread, a fine cheese, or a dessert to last me through the week. even more, though, the farmer's market is the epitome of this community. to quote my lit professor, "only in yellow springs would the amish kids play with the black kids."
  • Judith Ezekiel
  • 1889 days, 7 hours ago
The farmer's market is a vital part of knitting together a very large segment of this tiny town in terms of creating a social space where people meet and at the same time support local producers and merchants and get good food (including killer cheese and croissants) not transported over 1500 miles. This is no doubt true in many places. The difference is that YS is an oasis of community, environmentally committed people, and free thinkers just 8 miles from the air force base, the biggest employer in the State of Ohio, and another 6 from the city used as the "typical" American city (my home town of Dayton) which is ravaged by everything from white flight to Wallmart sprawl. The fact that a market like ours, and a village like ours is vibrant has extraordinary symbolic capital.
  • Kristine Hofstra
  • 1889 days, 18 hours ago
  • Lori Askeland
  • 1889 days, 18 hours ago
It's a friendly place I can bike to, to buy locally grown veggies and fruits, locally raised and processed bison and beef and chicken, and locally made cheeses. What's not to love!